If you are someone who prides themselves on getting work but then has a tough time delivering, you may be a procrastinator. You are easily distracted. You thrive in crisis-mode and continuously put out fires of your own making. You are constantly in a time crunch and get a rush from being able to complete tasks at the last minute. Knowing that you can usually get away with doing things just before they’re due, you will continue to procrastinate until something horribly goes wrong and you get exposed.

You sabotage your hard efforts when you procrastinate and will not be perceived the way you want to be seen. Instead, you are seen as someone who avoids people, emails and calls and consistently misses deadlines and asks for extensions. Your demeanour can quickly change from the happy-go-lucky lawyer to one who looks like a deer caught in the headlights.

To kick this habit to the curb, tune in to After It Rains, video episode #7, and be perceived with trust by others.

Let it rain.

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